Cruise Search


Search
Hertz Van Rental - Answered a Question by van der Woude (12 Aug 08 23:45)

I am thinking this rule is only perhaps true for ladys - yes? If not so, this is something up with which you should not put.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
pellatt - Answered a Question by van der Woude (11 Aug 08 12:17)

As a lady answering this question, I would love to take a different dress for each evening but reality means I don't. What I do take though is at least 3 long evening gowns,for formal evenings ,a few calf length dressy dresses and a variety of skirts and glitzy tops. I can then wear different tops and mix and match. Don't forget that you have to hang all this up in sometimes limited wardrobe space. My husband takes his DJ, a dark suit, smart trousers, couple of jackets and numerous shirts and tops. Hope this helps.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
McCullough - Answered a Question by van der Woude (11 Aug 08 13:45)

Definitely not. I cruise with P&O. Usually on a 14 night cruise there are 4 formal nights, and as the other lady states a long black skirt with different tops, or you can certainly double up if you haven't a lot of evening wear. The rest of the evenings are usually 4 informal - smart trousers and tops and informal similar to what you would wear in a holiday resort. Less formal cruise lines such as Ocean Village are very casual. Hope this helps and enjoy!

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by van der Woude (11 Aug 08 14:50)

The girls are quick off the mark here but just in case you mean dress as in style of clothing then the answer is yes there is a different style for each evening on most ships these are: Formal, dinner jacket and black tie or a dark suit for men and a dressy outfit for the ladies. Informal, when men would normally wear a jacket and tie and ladies something comfortably smart. Casual, when you can wear casual gear with the usual exception of shorts and sometimes jeans. Other ships do not have these dress codes, some expecting no real style at all, others stating that smart casual will be the code for the whole of the cruise. This does not preclude anyone from dressing formally though. Hope that is understandable...Alstublieft . Neil.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report
McCullough - replied to Neil and Ida Down (11 Aug 08 15:28)

I would think the lady meant evening dress as being formal. Am I correct.

- Was this comment useful or 0 of 0 found this useful
Comment | Report

Daily Top 10 Deals

  • Ultimate Australia & New Zealand with Sydney Opera House & Bondi Beach

    Royal Caribbean - Ovation of the Seas - 08 Mar 18 - 33nts

    UK : Sydney : Milford Sound : Doubtful Sound : Dusky Sound : Dunedin : Wellington : Napier : Picton : Sydney : Brisbane : Darwin : Kuala Lumpur : Singapore : UK

    Now from £3099pp

    • 27 Nights Premium Cruising On Board Ovation of the Seas
    • Save up to £4200pp*

    View More Amazing Tailor Made Deals!


  • REDUCED - Lisbon, Seville & Gibraltar

    P&O Cruises - Oceana - 20 Nov 17 - 9nts

    Southampton : La Coruna (Spain) : Seville (Cadiz) : Gibraltar : Lisbon : Southapton

    Now from £599pp

    • Includes up to £500pc On Board Spend
    • Exclusive Complimentary Port Parking worth up to £120pc*
    • Cruise from just £66pp per night

    View All  2017 P&O Cruises >>


  • No-Fly Amsterdam, Paris & Bruges

    MSC Cruises - MSC Preziosa - 27 Sep 17 - 7nts

    Southampton : Bruges : Amsterdam : Hamburg : Paris (Le Havre) : Southampton

    Now from £399pp Was £799pp

Show More Deals